At its recent developers conference held in San Francisco, Samsung gave a sneak peak to its foldable smartphone, holding back details such as specifications of the phone.
Apart from the screen dimensions and resolution, not much is known about the phone including the price which is up for speculation. However, a recent report has provided a little more insight to the subject revealing that the Korean tech giant is planning to make a minimum of 1 million units of the foldable smartphone and according to the information provided by the company’s mobile communication business president, DJ Koh, the company is planning to launch the device in the first half of next year “no matter what”.
The reports obtained further suggest that the company plans to launch flagship phones of the foldable category every year and device about the volume of its production after considering the demand of the foldable devices.
As far as the pricing is concerned, according to speculation the phone could cost anywhere between $1,500 to $2,000. The critical hardware of the phone remains a mystery with the only revelation that the phone will feature two displays of 7.3- inch (interior) and 4.5- inch (exterior) and the One UI will enable the display of two or even three apps split across the screen.